Tag: human trafficking

Human trafficking in San Diego

Here’s another sad article on the state of human trafficking in the United States – this is about San Diego.

Are you doing anything significant today? Read about the women doing The Freedom Climb and be inspired.

“Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves; ensure justice for those being crushed. Yes, speak up for the poor and helpless, and see that they get justice.” Proverbs 31: 8-9 NLT

It’s all about Jesus…

Take the time to read this… It’s the blog post of Saskia’s thoughts from Passion 2012 – based on her experiences in the battle against human trafficking around the world. I’ve been following her journey for a year or so, and it’s worth your time to hear from her.

Alabama and human trafficking law enforcement

Alabama federal prosecutors promise to spotlight human trafficking

what is freedom? (Piper at Passion 2012)

John 8:32, “You will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.”

There are at least four kinds of freedom. And each one adds a crucial dimension of freedom to the last until we get to the full Christian freedom — “free indeed.”

The WellHouse – Alabama’s only 24 hour emergency shelter for women

Can you help stock a kitchen pantry? This is a local, hands-on way to help in the fight against trafficking! The WellHouse has new place for women to live. I was there this morning. It’s going to be great refuge, but they need help getting it ready to move in. I’m tackling the issue of stocking the kitchen pantry. If you’re willing to help, leave me a comment.

modern-day Good Samaritan?

This is a real life Good Samaritan story – a story of reaching out to those who don’t have the strength to reach out themselves. It’s heartbreaking and tragic and frequent! It’s human trafficking – modern-day slavery.

Human Trafficking: Crime Inc. – CNBC documentary

Crime Inc.: Human Trafficking Sunday, June 5th  10p ET Friday, June 10th  10p ET 3 part documentary – YouTube clips

Sold by Patricia McCormick

This is a quick but tough, emotional read. The writing style is lyrical and easy to read, but the subject matter is human trafficking and prostitution. This book is the story of a 13 year old Nepali girl who is sold into the red light district of Calcutta, India. She is innocent and ignorant of …

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